Mosaic at the Mill

5 July - 10 August 2014

Kate Anderson
Joel Baker
Katy Galbraith
Dugald MacInnes
Frances Sutton

An exhibition that celebrates the diversity of Modern Mosaic  art in Scotland. Five members of the British Association for Modern Mosaic combine to show distinct and original approaches to mosaic expression in work which explores their particular interests in landscape, narrative, recycling and Sacred Geometry.  Both traditional and innovative materials can be seen in fascinating contrast in this exhibition.


Scotland is home to some exceptional mosaic artists and this exhibition is a celebration of diversity from five members working under the umbrella of Modern Mosaic Art who explore quite distinctive preoccupations with the medium and very different working practises.

Dunoon, Kilsyth, Dunbar, Crieff and near Kirkcudbright the collections on show represents elements of traditional and innovative techniques combined in work which represent landscape mosaic, archeology, re-cycling and narrative.

Slate, gold smalti, vitreous glass, stone, pebble,  hand-painted ceramic and moulded resins are just some of the materials incorporated in these outdoor and indoor pieces made using a variety of techniques.

The British Association for Modern Mosaic (BAMM), founded in 1999, exists to promote, encourage and support excellence in contemporary mosaic art and to raise public awareness of this artform through exhibitions, publications, events and related educational activities. Its membership is open to all who are interested in modern mosaic art including those who live and work overseas. It has staged exhibitions across the British Isles  at venues which include: Pontefract and Corinium Museums, Lichfield Cathedral, York Minster, Collins Gallery, Glasgow, Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Fishbourne Roman Palace. The Association has a strong link with schools and colleges, and publishes a yearly research journal ‘Andamento’, as well as its members magazine to which its regional groups contribute news and events from their areas.